S and F Athletes began in 2011 out of a dream to build a community where ALL children have an opportunity to succeed. We are a 501(c)(3) designated non-profit organization that provides after school mentoring program to youth 1 – 6 grades, ages 6 - 12 within the City of Irving, TX. In our first four years, we worked with approximately 28 High School students. In that time, we saw 26 students successfully graduate and 14 continue onto college.
9:30 AM on Monday, August 10
Repeats every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Monday at 9:30 AM, through August 31.
Repeats every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Monday at 1:00 PM, through August 31.
This August, Philip De Courcy is continuing his series titled All The King's Men — a comprehensive character study of the first disciples of Jesus.
9:00 AM on Monday, July 27 - 5:00 PM on Friday, September 18
Alan Walne, Dallas Arboretum board chairman, said, "People have been sheltering in place and need some place where they can be outside to enjoy nature in a socially distant fashion. The Dallas Arboretum is the perfect place to do so at an affordable price, so we welcome you to 'let nature nurture you.'"
As you look around our world today, obviously, we live in troubled times when many people are experiencing fear. Partner with Dr. Youssef and get a copy of "Fearless Living in Troubled Times" for yourself or to share with family, friends, and coworkers.
You may contact Leading the Way at 1-800-337-5323...or visit the website at LTW.org.
7:00 PM on Monday, August 10 - 9:00 PM on Wednesday, August 12
Our programs provide a safe and confidential place for Military and Veteran Couples to reconnect, find peer support and positive encouragement. Participants learn specific real-life skills that enable them to better manage marriage under stress. These unique challenges can be caused by military service, multiple deployments, combat or wounds – be they physical, mental, emotional or moral.
National Association of Christian Financial Consultants’ ‘Alignment 2020: Virtual’ Conference Offers Exciting Lineup of Expert Speakers— Next Online Monthly Session is August 19, Focus on Topics Such as Digital Engagement, Effective Communication, Leadership and Service.
10:00 AM on Saturday, August 8
Repeats every day at 10:00 AM.
Watermark Health has opened up a drive-through COVID-19 testing site on the Watermark Community Church Dallas campus, providing free testing for the uninsured. The COVID-19 tests are provided through a partnership between Watermark Urgent Care clinics and Questcare Medical Clinics, a division of Envision Physician Services. To use the testing site, a provider referral is required from one of the partner clinics.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - 12:00 AM on Wednesday, June 30, 2021
VA EMERGENCY FUNDING AWARDED! Texas Veterans Commission has granted an exception with the emergency funding awarded to remove the restriction of having served in a combat zone. Which means we can serve any veteran in the state of Texas so long as they meet eligibility requirements.
Our annualPastor Appreciation Galaat the Vouv in Dallas has regrettably been cancelled due to the COVID-19 concerns.We would have honored the special calling of our area Pastors and their spouses along with prizes and an inspiring message from keynote speaker, Bob Lepine of FAMILYLIFEtoday®.*Stay tuned for information on our 2021 Pastor Event!
8:00 AM on Saturday, August 8
Repeats every day at 8:00 AM, through December 31.
As Americans are experiencing discouragement and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Michael Youssef andLeading The Wayare encouraging Christians across America to join them forAwake America, a spiritual awakening to gather believers and their prayers for our nation.
As the country’s trusted champion of lung health, the American Lung Association’s top priority is the public’s health and well-being – especially for the 36 million Americans living with chronic lung disease, like asthma, COPD and lung cancer. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a lung infection, and those with chronic medical conditions are more susceptible to severe symptoms of COVID-19.
According to Dr. Lawrence Weinstein, chief medical officer of AlcoholRehab.com, people have been drinking more since lockdown regulations were implemented for a variety of reasons, including fear, loneliness, heightened anxiety and depression, unemployment and financial instability.